For the uninitiated (and foodie famished sports fans out there), let me introduce you to this salivary sensation.
Dippin’ Dots are those awesome tasting, cryogenic frozen miniature ice cream pellets you can only purchase at a Major League Baseball game.
The tiny bursts of chocolate, vanilla, strawberry and banana are awesome even though they deliver an instant brain freeze and zero in on cavities you never knew you had.
Personally, I just love Dippin’ Dots.
However, a little cup of these micro-sized treats compete with the cost of a monthly mortgage payment.
After all, paying $30 for parking, $50 for a seat in the upper deck, and $8 for a chemically-induced hot dog is painful enough. Yet, topping off your sports-induced economic suicide with a chillin’ cup of Dippin’ Dots can really set you back.
But don’t deny yourself this dream dessert delicacy! Just take some recession-proof advice from me.
In these times, you can justify the exorbitant cost of a Dixie cup-sized serving of Dippin’ Dots.
Just remember to pop those Dippin’ Dots one microdot at a time and don’t forget to eat the dots real slow. That way, at a unit price of 75 cents a dot, you can say you got your money’s worth.
Click on the yellow image and listen to my Monday sports monologue for an inventive take on my favorite treat at a game.